The little Zest is nonetheless a brilliant scooter. Superb aesthetics and a well endowed package, it has everything you’d need in terms of practicality. Simple hooks to hang small grocery bags. A cavernous underseat cargo bin that’s large enough to hold my medium sized lid. There is a useful pocket on the inside of the front apron which is practical and does not intrude into your leg room. However, it’s capacious enough to hold those small things you always end up buying from grocery stores, though on the flip side, things tend to accumulate in that bin and stay there.
On the reliability front, the Zest has been doing reasonably well. In between, I did have a bit of a scare when the fuel efficiency went for a toss. In less than a week or in just under a hundred kilometres, I almost ran the fuel tank dry. I’m still not sure what caused that but the very next week, things seemed to have normalised. Other than this, the scooter performs normally and efficiently.